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Veirano Advogados

AV PRESIDENTE WILSON, 231, 25º ANDAR – RIO DE JANEIRO, RJ 20030-021, BRAZIL
Tel:
Work +55 21 3824 4747
Fax:
Fax +55 21 2262 4247
Email:
Web:
www.veirano.com.br
Brasilia, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo

Founded in 1972, Veirano Advogados is a full-service law firm providing a complete spectrum of legal services to support business activities in both regulated and unregulated sectors.

With a team of 600 professionals working in an integrated fashion, the firm handles both routine and complex multidisciplinary cases that require the co-ordinated talents of professionals with diverse areas of expertise.

Veirano Advogados' services range from providing assistance in M&A transactions, privatizations and company formation to representing clients in disputes, from offering advice on tax issues and infrastructure projects to guiding oil and gas companies through the challenges inherent in a highly regulated industry, to name a few examples of the wide range of work. The main goal is to identify needs and develop tailored solutions, enabling safe and informed decision making - one client at a time.

Veirano.

Results-oriented law practice

Clients

The firm's clientele encompasses leading multinational companies operating in strategic sectors, such as: agribusiness; automotive; banks and financial services; biofuels; chemical and petrochemical; construction and engineering; consumer goods; education; healthcare; hospitality and tourism; infrastructure; IT and telecommunications; machines and equipment; metals and mining; oil and gas; pharmaceutical and cosmetics; power; services; transport and logistics.

ALLIANCES AND NETWORKS

The firm maintains a wide network of key relationships across the globe and is a member of international alliances Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA), Islamic Finance Advisors (ISFIN), Ius Laboris and World Services Group (WSG). As a result, Veirano Advogados provides seamless services wherever they are required.

International work

In order to build strong client-service teams of specialists, the firm recruits lawyers from Brazilian universities and many are specialists with international education and practical skills gained in first-tier law schools and law firms in the US and Europe.

Languages

English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.

Other offices: Porto Alegre, Brasilia

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